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FC: CLAIRE'S DOMAINS, KINGDOMS, AND VERTEBRATES BOOK By Claire Thompson

1: DOMAINS Archaea Bacteria Eukarya

2: Archaea - unicellular - prokaryotes (no organelles) - "Archaea" is Greek for ancient - these organisms live in places that are similar to places in ancient Earth like thermal vents at the bottom of the ocean and very salty waters The Archaea domain includes: - Suifolobus - Thermoplasma - Methanobacteria - Halobacteria

3: Methanobacteria | Halobacteria | Thermoplasma

4: Bacteria - unicellular - prokaryotes (no organelles) - simple cell The bacteria domain includes: - Mycoplasma - Plant Choloroplasts - Cyanbacteria - Agrobacteria - Plant Mitochondria - Enterbacteria

5: Acinetobacter Baumannii | Coxiella burnetii | Lactobacillus near a cell

6: Eukarya - eukaryotes (cells with a nucleus) - includes almost all of the multi-cellular organisms on Earth | The Eukarya domain includes: - Plantae - Animalia - Fungi - Alveolatea - Red algae - Slime molds - Entamoebae - Heterolobosea - Physarum - Kinetoplastids - Euglenoids - Microsporidians - Trichomonads - Diplomonads

7: Euglena | Mushrooms | Rose | Komodo Dragon | Human (Micheal Jackson)

8: KINGDOMS Monerans Protists Fungi Plants Animals

9: Monera - prokaryotes - they get nutrients when the nutrients pass through their cell membrane - They reproduce by dividing in to two organisms - a lot of bacteria is part of this domain - This domain can be seperated into Eubactera and Archaebacteria

10: Types of bacteria (names were not available)

11: Protista - eukaryotes - normally unicellular - some of them eat other organsisms and some get food from the sun - like Monerans, they reproduce by splitting in two

12: Algae | Parmecium | Euglena | Amoeba

13: Fungi - mostly multicellular - eukaryotes - they take in the nutrients they need by digesting or absorbing the surface they live on - they reproduce with spores

14: Lichen | Active dry yeast | Shiitake Mushroom | Horse Mushrooms | Deathcap Mushroom | Bread Mold

15: Plantae - multicellular - eukaryotes - they obtain energy from the sun - they obtain nutrients from surroundings (soil) - a lot of plants reproduce from seeds

16: Pine Tree | Snap Dragon Flowers | Sunflowers | Elodea | Shrub | Ferns | Peach Tree | Basil | Grass

17: Animalia - multicellular - eukaryotes - they get nutrients and energy from eating other organisms - the way they reproduce is by cells (can grow inside or outside of the mother's body) - they can be separated into vertebrates and invertebrates

18: From top left going clockwise: Octopus, Giraffe, Monarch Butterfly, King Cobra, Black Widow Spider, Lobster, Pigeon, Fly, Earthworm, Queen Angelfish, Bee, Human (Nelson Mandela)

19: VERTEBRATES (Vertebrates= animals with backbones) Mammals Monotremes Marsupials Placental Mammals Birds Reptiles Amphibians Fish

20: Mammals Almost all: - give birth to live young - nurse young with milk - have hair or fur - warm blooded

22: Monotremes - most primitive mammals still in existence - lay eggs

23: Duck-Billed Platypus | Echidna

24: Marsupials - have a pouch for carrying their young - once the extremely small young emerge they crawl into a pouch to be nursed with milk - they evolved before placental mammals

25: (Eastern Barred) Bandicoot | Kangaroo | Wallaby | Koala | Wombat | Opossum

26: Placental Mammals - the fetus is attached to the wall of the uterus and nourished through a spongy material (the placenta)

27: Black-Tailed Jack Rabbit | Elephant | Killer Whale | Rat | Manatees | Cat | Barack Obama (human) | Lion | Bat | Aardvark | Lemurs | Bear | Gorillas | Horse | Chipmunk | Coton de Tulear Dog | Dolphin

28: Birds - lay fragile eggs - feathers on their skin - breathe through lungs - warm blooded - have wings (though not all fly)

29: Ostrich | Parrot | Emperor Penguins | Condor | Chickens | Vulture | Crow | Bald Eagle | American Robbin

30: Reptiles - cold blooded - breathe with lungs - skin usually has scales or horny plates - lay leathery eggs - lay eggs on land

31: American Alligator | Crocodile | Tokay Gecko | Box Turtle | Iguana | Green Lizard | Frilled Lizard | Gopher Tortoise | Albino Corn Snake

32: Amphibians - cold blooded - moist skin - no scales - soft, jelly-like eggs - lay eggs in water - go through stages from larvae or tadpole to adult - young breathe with gills while adults often breathe with lungs - some breathe through skin

33: Amphibians From top left: African Clawed Frog; Blue Poison Arrow Frog; Cane Toad; Red-Eyed Tree Frog; Salamander; Great Crested Newt; Red-Spotted Newt

34: Fish - cold blooded - live in water - most have gills to breathe with - no lungs - most covered with scales

35: From top left moving down: Catfish; CLownfish; Lionfish; Siamese FIghting FIsh; Great White Shark; Rainbow Trout; Salmon; Summer FLounder

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